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High Risk Apps
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Thursday, March 23, 2017
There are three types of dangerous categories, there is a brief description (below the app image) of what each app is designed to do. Highlighted in red are apps considered more dangerous than others.
 
1.       Anonymous Chat (dangerous for obvious reasons)
2.       Private Vaults (Used for hiding pictures/videos)
3.       VPN Proxy (Allows for bypassing content filters)
 
 
Chat Applications
LINE: A chat application popular with teens.
Burn It: A notepad that can be shared, but messages delete after a set time period.
Blender: Chat/Dating much like tinder, but seems to be very popular with the teen community.
After School: Only allows students to sign up, groups by local school based on GPS.
Omegal: Chat Application (request a subscription)
Yik Yak: GPS based chat, very popular with college kids, but anyone can chat.
ASkFM: Allows users to receive questions anonymously, much like truth or dare.
KIK: Very dangerous chat application, and very popular with teens.
Whisper: Another anonymous chat application.
 
Private Vaults:
Vault: Encrypts and hides images and videos on your device, requiring a passcode.
Calculator+: Disguises itself as a calculator app, but allows the hiding of images and videos.
Photo Vault: Hides images using a 4 digit PIN.
Keepsafe: Hides images using a 4 digit PIN.
HiCalculator: Disguises itself as a calculator app, but allows the hiding of images and videos.
 
Rated 17+ Content
ImGur: Image hosting site, a lot of the content is vulgar.
 
VPN Proxy: Evasive/ Anonymous Applications
Hexatech: Creates a virtual private network allowing you to bypass some internet filters and browse web anonymously.
Betternet: VPN software for bypassing filters and surfing web anonymously.
VPN Master: VPN software for bypassing filters and surfing web anonymously.
Turbo VPN: VPN software for bypassing filters and surfing web anonymously.
X-VPN: VPN software for bypassing filters and surfing web anonymously.
Hotpost VPN: VPN software for bypassing filters and surfing web anonymously.
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